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Return of the Outtakes

mic-audioThis was my first semi-free weekend in ages. And what did I do? I spent some time putting together outtakes from Season 2 of TLW, Episodes 7 and 8. The lengths I go for you people!

It was interesting going back through these old audio files. One thing that we’ve never really done in outtakes is include bits where cast members have dropped spoilers as a joke. Now that the show is over, those boundaries are gone, so there are one or two of those sprinkled about. I’m also particularly fond of the Asher outtakes here, as well as Ben’s constant surprise when he reads jokes for the first time. He became a tad fixated on the idea of Cortez’s extra balls, but aren’t we all?

So, listen and partake in a couple of lulz. I know I did. Right click and save as to download. And as things typically go with goofing around, the language is more than likely NSFW.


In other news, Episode 4 of Web Zeroes is out on Wednesday. Probably my favorite episode so far.

Cortez: Meandering Muerto

Crazy goings-on here with Smooth Few Films. For months now, we’ve been talking amongst ourselves about the Season Finale and the subsequent break we’d be taking until the Fall to resume Season Two. We’re excited about the projects we’ll be doing in that time between seasons, but The Leet World is like this multi-headed dragon we have to face before getting a much needed rest.

Part One will be arriving sometime in the next few days. Just like assaulting some kind of notorious floating Star de Death, an episode is a multi-pronged attack where several factors have to be aligned just right in order for us to release it. We’ll let you know once we’ve hit that “eve of release” window.

And now, to complete the cast of main characters, we are bringing you the bio of one Cortez Emilio Alejandro Jesus Cardinal. Don’t assume you know everything about our favorite blind avenger…

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Flaw and Disorder

So here we are, the release of Episode 13, “The Brothers Cardinal“. This is the calm before the storm, and there’s just one more episode to go before this season of The Leet World comes to an epic close. There’s a lot of intrigue here, and I think you guys will be happy to get a few questions answered.

Downloadable versions are available here. Happy watching.

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We’re in the Future!

We are now in 2008. Where are my flying cars and robots? Nowhere. The future is lies, I’ve decided.

In honor of this new year, I bring to you more gifts, tidings, etc. First, we’ve been hearing that some people want the lolcat picture from the holiday special…


Second, I have the audio outtakes from Episode Eight. Funny stuff. To me, one of the best parts is when I’m doing the voice of the combine soldier (pre-effects, of course), and I slip into doing Cortez. I kind of freaked out when I did it, because it was so sudden. Also, every time Nick goes off in the “Chet” persona, it’s always hilarious. Give it a listen.


Happy New Year, dudes!

Tragedy on the Set!

Late breaking news straight from cs_militia…

Tragedy struck the set of The Leet World today as cameraman Dermot McDermot was shot and killed by former Terrorist leader Cortez Emilio Alejandro Jesus Cardinal. Details are being withheld until the authorities have notified the McDermot family, but an anonymous eyewitness states that while the shooting was unintentional, it was certainly preventable. When asked for further comment, The Leet World contestant simply known as “Cortez” had this to say:

“Bitch should not have gotten so close.”

McDermot is survived by a cat named Winkles, his grandmother Cici, and two illegitimate children. While the legal representation of The Leet World is unsure of whether or not charges will be filed against their team, they have stated that the next episode will still contain the footage taken by McDermot from the moment of his death, because “Dermot would have wanted it that way.”

Episode Three of The Leet World, “Set Up Us The Bomb”, will air this Wednesday, September 5th. Let us all remember Dermot’s commitment to his craft.